Yes. She's 3ish. Bounces up the stairs, hurtles down them. Bounces like a loon if I put on my fleece, touch her lead....
Also does spinnies on the end of her lead. That's fun! Often it's excitement, and desperately wanting to go in the sheep field. She's convinced her diet should be fresh venison and lamb. <narrows eyes at hunter mutt>
My springer/lab cross has very bouncy legs and can easily jump higher that my head. The others not so much but the puppy leaps in the air with all four legs splayed like a spring lamb and the curly grabs hold of the end of her lead and does a great bucking bronco impression.
I used to have a springer called Zebedee Most appropriate name ever He bounced when he saw People Dogs Combines Tractors Birds Leaves
I trained him to do a flip finish so instead of walking to sit by my left side he would sit in front of me and then jump in the air twist round and land in a perfect finish. It was a real crowd pleaser He was a fab dog but sadly died just after he turned 4 My collie is not so bouncy!
Oh god yes. And shrieks like a fourteen year old at a Beiber concert. You know how tiny puppies just cannot control their excitement and are all jumpy and yippy like toddlers on amphetamines? My dog is ike that. He's two and a half.
This is Bumbledog who is quite well known on MN!! He is a jumper particularly when I go out and return to the house! My friend gave him and Tylerdog a dried bulls bollock yesterday which they thoroughly enjoyed!!!! This is Bumble lying on the half landing eating his. Tyler finished his first and appeared at the bottom of the stairs and was greeted with a very loud GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!............... Bumbledog is a Jackabea!!!